Jen Fan wrote:I made a detergent lard soap this summer and we've been using it every since for laundry, dishes, house cleaning, and hands. It's water, borax, lard, and lye. You can make a couple gallons of it at a time with a couple pounds of lard. It's fantastic stuff. Strips out grease and tree resin and all kinds of junk. Before this we used vinegar and baking soda, which did a fair enough job but it didn't really remove grease.
Pearl Sutton wrote:I made my own magnet holders, but the concept seems to work really well on things that are not greasy. I have been putting soap on the greasy stuff still, just because, so I don't know what it will do.
But for regular "I wore this a couple of times" type wash, it works well.
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